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This Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) project represents a high accuracy (+/- 2 pixel @ 1 sigma RMSE) 10cm GSD, 3-band RGB aerial photography capture over various parts of Outer Melbourne and the entire Local Government Area (LGA) of Macedon Ranges. The photography will primarily be used by state government, local government and water authorities for urban planning, urban growth monitoring, transport planning, statutory planning, asset management and engineering purposes as well as use as a backdrop in general GIS applications. This project is tied in with the summer epoch of the Greater Melbourne Multi-Epoch Photography project, with approximately 50% of the project area marking the extended Summer area of interest (AOI) of our principal partner, Melbourne Water. One partner AOI also spans both projects and custom mosaics may be requested to reflect this. The capture period is from 1st December 2020 to 28th February, 2021 to align with the adjacent summer captures.
1961-62 Gembrook Fire Photography
Data was purchased from Aerometrex to replace failed imagery supplied by Eagleview who closed up business in Australia shortly after capturing the data for the original project.
This project was captured as part of the 2020-21 Coordinated Imagery Program and consists of 10cm high accuracy true colour (RGB) aerial photography over Moira and Strathbogie Local Government Areas. Data is available in GDA2020 and GDA94 datums.
Captured for Albury Shire as part of the 219-20 CIP, this project covers Albury City Council in NSW with high accuracy 10cm, 4 band (RGBi) imagery available as visible (rgb) and false colour infra red (cir) mosaics.
Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs) are 20-year agreements between the Australian and State Governments for the conservation and sustainable management of Australia's native forests. The RFA LiDAR data project represents the State's largest ever acquisition of LiDAR data to support improved mapping of forest values. Forest Fire and Region (FFR) requested a geospatial forest specialist would manage the project and selected Interpine based in Rotorua, New-Zealand. Interpine contracted Aerometrex and RPS to capture Aerial LiDAR. Acquisition started in April 2019 and carried on until the tragic fire events of 2019 affecting the East Gippsland region. Capture resumed in March 2020 and was completed by November. The project is split in 7 AOIs, one in Central-highlands, five in East Gippsland and one smaller AOI within the Orbost AOI which has benefited from an additional post fire survey. The AOI of Cann River captured by RPS was later split in two AOI, Cann River North and Cann River South. The remaining of Cann River was managed by CIP directly under the Wingan River project (49-2019-20).
This Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) project acquired aerial LiDAR data at 4pts/m2 for two township areas in north-east Victoria. The data was captured with in partnership with the local water authority for the primary purposes of asset management and planning for sewage reticulation across the area. ICSM Level 2 classification LiDAR, DEM, and contours at +/-10cm vertical accuracy were derived products.
1976-77 Merrijig FIre Photography
This dataset is derived from the Melway directory and contains the pagegrid for the 1:60 000 Phillip Island maps.
Vicmap Topographic Mapping 1:25 000is a digital state wide map mosaic comprising of 870 GeoTiffs Vicmap Topographic 1:25 000 is sourced from the following datasets: Vicmap Transport Vicmap Property Vicmap Features of Interest Vicmap Vegetation Vicmap Hydro Vicmap Elevation State Wide Contours Vicmap Admin Vicmap Property CSDL Treecover PLANT100